Construction Workers

How To Be a Better Supervisor
The Objective:

Get the tools to effectively manage a remote team:

Maximizing collective productivity and maintain a sense of personal efficiency. 

DELEGATION

Manager and Worker

Supervisors must understand the principles of human relations so that they can lead, motivate, coach, communicate, delegate, and make decisions effectively.

 

  • The supervisor will learn more about who they are, their typical behavior, and how they lead.

  • Supervisors will know the different types of skills that have an impact on their communication.

  • The supervisor may use certain attributes of his behavior to improve his communication with those around him.

3 Hours: Max 15 Participants 

 

Technology: Zoom, Interactive Training

(video, polls, breakout rooms)

STRESS MANAGEMENT

Stressed Man

Pressure plays an important role in all areas of life. 

  • The supervisor will understand exactly what the stress levels and pressures are and their effects both inside and outside of the workplace. 

  • They will recognize the symptoms of excessive stress in themselves and in others. 

  • They will have the awareness, knowledge, and strategies to deal with stress more effectively.

3 Hours: Max 15 Participants 

 

Technology: Zoom, Interactive Training

(video, polls, breakout rooms)

DECISION MAKING

Navigating in Woods
  • The supervisor’s primary responsibility in the workplace is to make effective decisions on a daily basis. Poor decisions can lead to serious consequences.​

  • The supervisor will learn the essential topics with an outline of the decision-making process and methods for applying the steps to decision-making.​

  • The basic rules for implementing decisions and the teams approach to it.

3 Hours: Max 15 Participants 

 

Technology: Zoom, Interactive Training

(video, polls, breakout rooms)

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

In a Meeting
  • The supervisor will learn about different methods of communication.

  • The value of the feedback process, the proper use of positive and negative feedback.

  • The burger effect feedback.

  • The rewards of feedback and barriers of communication.​

3 Hours: Max 15 Participants 

Technology:  Zoom, interactive Training

(video, polls, breakout rooms)

TIME MANAGEMENT

Old-Fashioned Clock
  • Time management has been in existence for a long time, but the term creates a false impression because time cannot be managed:

  • We can only manage ourselves and our use of time.​

  • The supervisor will learn to build time management techniques into your daily routine so you can recognize and solve personal time management problems.

  • Staying in control of their working day.

  • Understand the importance of defining priorities.

  • How to apply different approaches to their schedule.

3 Hours: Max 15 Participants 

 

Technology: Zoom, Interactive Training

(video, polls, breakout rooms)

DEALING WITH WORKPLACE CHANGES

Teamwork
  • The supervisor will learn how to cope well with workplace change.

  • The supervisor should be able to understand the nature of the workplace changes and how it affects them.

  • Identifying the stage of change; developing resilience.

  • Using coping skills to deal effectively with workplace changes.

  • Capitalizing on career growth opportunities resulting from workplace changes.

3 Hours: Max 15 Participants 

 

Technology: Zoom, Interactive Training

(video, polls, breakout rooms)